Jacquelyn Jablonski hosted ‘A Night For Autism’ last night at Milk Studios where someone with a very familar last name came out to lend her support. The other Jablonski, as in Constance, came out for her friend who held a fundraiser for Autism Speaks. Jacquelyn’s 18-year-old brother Tommy has severe autism and the family is looking for ways for him to experience the next unprecedented stage in life.
Kristen Stewartâ€™s Love Affair With Nicolas GhesquiÃ¨re [Marie Claire]
In her March issue cover feature Stewart professes, â€œIf I have to walk red carpets, if I have to be in fashionâ€¦â€ She exhales. â€œThen I want to be with him.â€…David Bowie Interviews Lee Alexander McQueen [Dazed]
For a 1995 Dazed issue, the two British icons sat down for an insightful, revealing, and unforgettable phone conversation republished today in remembrance of one of the greatest designers of our time…Victoria Beckham Dreams of Designing Shoes [Fashionista]
Famous for her own footwear choices, Beckham reveals at a Parson The New School symposium that she would like to design shoes and even menswear.
Walking into the Lanvin Pre-Fall presentation yesterday was a feast for the eyes, and not simply because of the clothes. The 8th floor of Milk Studios housed a set featuring mannequins hung like mock marionettes from rolling racks, lounging on chairs, and reclining on boxes, staring at their reflections in the mirror.
Fancy a road trip? Yesterday Juicy Couture moved the party to Milk Studios, where they brought in a Porsche to help show off their Spring 2013 collection and debut their tryst into sportswear via Juicy Couture Sport. Finally, the wait is over for leopard print workout gear! The collection was inspired by all things L.A. Think the Chateau Marmont, Malibu beaches, and sun-kissed beauty.
With the 4,579 things that went on during fashion week, one gathering that we don’t want to let fall through the cracks is the 2nd Annual MADE for Peroni Young Designers Awards that were held last week at Milk Studios. NYC resident Chris Gelinas left triumphant from the design competition open exclusively to menswear, womenswear, and streetwear designers residing in Los Angeles, Miami, and New York City.
Last night there was a line down West 16th Street outside of Milk Studios to get into the opening of renowned photog James Houston’s exhibition and book launch, “Natural Beauty.” Laura Brown, Daphne Groeneveld, Monika Chiang, Sarika Rastogi, Kelsey Rogers, Zanna Roberts Rassi, and fiancÃ© Brian McGrory were just a few of the natural beauties who came to the show benefiting Global Green USA. The Daily caught up with Houston before his big night to get the lowdown on his call to nature. BY EDDIE ROCHE